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Subway rolls ruled too sugary to be bread in Ireland

BBC News Thursday, 1 October 2020
A court says the bread used in the firm's hot sandwiches must be taxed because of its sugar content.
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News video: Sugar, Sugar: Irish Court Rules Subway's 'Bread' Isn't Bread

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It's often said that bread is the 'staff of life.' And the Irish Supreme Court has determined what constitutes bread--and what doesn't. According to CNN, the court ruled Subway's hot sandwiches contain too much sugar to meet Ireland's legal definition for bread. The judgment was handed down on...

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